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December 15, 1989 - Image 130

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-12-15

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I BIRTHS

HILLEL DAY SCHOOL

Welcomes
Parents of Prospective

KINDERGARTENERS

or

1ST GRADERS

TO COME JOIN
IN OUR ANNUAL

OPEN HOUSE

THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1990

7:30 p.m. Reception
8:00-9:00 p.m. Program
at

HILLEL DAY SCHOOL

32200 Middlebelt/Farmington Hills

851-2394

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1989

Ottoman sold separately.

HOLIDAY HOURS: Monday-Friday 9:30-9:00,
Saturday 9:30-7:00, Sunday 11:00-6:00
ANN ARBOR 200 S. Main
ROCHESTER 1406 Walton Blvd., Hills Plaza
OAK PARK 22130 Coolidge (Schaefer) at 9 Mile
ROSEVILLE 31770 Gratiot, next to Farmer Jack's

DEC. 1 — Julius and Laura
Huebner, Jr., of Ann Arbor
joyfully announce the birth of
Daniel Benjamin, brother to
Samuel Abraham. Proud
grandparents are Sheldon
and Lois Kahn of Grand
Rapids and Julius and Cyn-
thia Huebner of Grosse
Pointe. Daniel Benjamin is
named in loving memory of
his cousin, Richard Mark
Newman.

birth of his new brother,
Michael Richard. Excited
parents are Marla and David
Zuppke. Thrilled grand-
parents are Phyllis and Harty
Horovitz and Eleanor and
Kenny Zuppke. Michael
Richard is named in loving
memory of his maternal
great-grandparents, Herman
and Lillian Dictor, and his
paternal great-uncle, Richard
Altman.

DEC. 1 — Jack and Marsha
(Lusky) Rolnitzky of Farm-
ington Hills are thrilled to
announce the birth of their
son, Justin Benjamin, brother
to Philip Louis. Proud grand-
mothers are Irene Lusky of
Southfield and Marisha
Rolnitzky of Livonia. Proud
great-grandmothers are
Bessie Gruskin and Dorothy
Lusky, both of Oak Park.
Justin Benjamin is named in
loving memory of his mater-
nal grandfather, Benjamin
Lusky and paternal great-
uncle, Joseph Zakrzewska.

NOV. 21 — Dr. and Mrs.
Timothy M. Gabe (Deborah
G. Glanz) of Salem, Mass., are
thrilled to announce the birth
of their daughter, Jenna
Renee. Delighted grand-
parents are Samuel and
Lillian Glanz of Southfield
and Jack and Louise Gabe of
Farmington Hills. Proud
great-grandmother is Alice
Kay. Jenna Renee is named in
loving emmory of her mater-
nal aunt, Renee Marcia
Glanz, and her paternal
great-grandmother, Sima
Goldstein.

NOV. 29 — Carol (Buckfire)
and Douglas Lehrer of Monte
Rio, Calif., joyfully announce
the birth of their son, Zachary
Joseph. Proud grandparents
are Sylvia and Phillip
Buckfire of West Bloomfield
and Matilda and Seymour
Lehrer of Occidental, Calif.
Happy great-grandmother is
Helen Fitlow of Oak Park.
Zachary Joseph is named in
loving memory of his mater-
nal great-grandfather, Isadore
Buchfirer, and his paternal
great-grandfather, Joseph
Lehrer.

NOV. 21 — Julie Maskin and
David Rollins of Farmington
are pleased to announce the
birth of daughter Sarah Jen-
ny Rollins, who joins brother
Joshua. Proud grandparents
are Elaine and George
Maskin of West Bloomfield,
and Betty Rollins and Marvin
Rollins of Farmington Hills.
Loving great-grandparents
are Sarah and David Barnett
of Hollywood, Fla., and Bir-
mingham, and Jenny Maskin
of Southfield.

NOV. 23 — Brian, Cherie and
Alan Kirsch are thrilled to
announce the birth of their
sister and daughter, Sara
Marisa. Happy grandparents
are Edith Farkas of South-
field and Carolyn and
Seymour Kirsch of Farm-
ington Hills. Sara Marisa is
named in loving memory of
paternal great-great-aunt,
Sarah Rosenberg, and mater-
nal great-grandfather, Martin
Farkas.

NOV. 23 — Jeffrey and Robin
(Markowitz) Kirsch of
Baltimore, Md., are proud to
announce the birth of their
daughter, Erica Hali, sister to
Jodi and Alan. Proud grand-
parents are Shirley Marko-
witz and Zita and Donald
Kirsch of West Bloomfield.
Great-grandmother is Ida
Bregman of West Bloomfield.
Erica is named in loving
memory of her maternal
grandfather, Harry Marko-
witz, and maternal great-
grandfather, Louis Bregman.
NOV. 23 — Jacob Aaron Zup-
pke proudly announces the

NOV. 16 — Haim and Brenda
(Kravitz) Nissan of Petach
Tikva, Israel, are thrilled to
announce the birth of their
son, Asaf Shlomo, brother to
Etai Nachum. Proud grand-
mothers are Sara Kravitz of
Oak Park and Beila Nissan of
Tiberias, Israel. Asaf is nam-
ed in loving memory of his
paternal grandfather, Shlomo
Nissan.

NOV. 13 — Stuart and Terri
(Rosen) Litt of Southfield are
thrilled to announce the birth
of their son, Brian Matthew.
Proud grandparents are
Marion and Bernie Litt of
Southfield and Lorraine and
Isadore Rosen of Mesa, Ariz.,
formerly of Southfield. Brian
Matthew is named in loving
memory of his great-grand-
mother, Bertha (Buddy)
Dolnick, and his great-grand-
father, Max Snider.

NOV. 11 — Lowell and Mary
(Libby) Plotkin of Huntington
Woods are pleased to an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Samuel Ethan. Proud grand-
parents are Bernard and
Elaine Plotkin of West

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